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  • Helsinki Card City

    1. Helsinki Card City

    Discover Helsinki the easy and economical way! The Helsinki Card is the key to a unique Helsinki experience for the individual traveler. With the Helsinki Card you can save time, money, and energy. The Helsinki Card gives you free entry to the city’s main sights, museums, and public transportation options – along with a wide variety of discounts and bonuses. You can choose 24-hour, 48-hour, or 72-hour validity.

    All of the following are free with the Helsinki Card:

    All year round:

    Free Panorama Sightseeing by bus (back in 2022) 

    • Free entry to the city’s major sights and museums; like SeaLife, Ateneum, Kiasma, Amos Rex, Design Museum, The National Museum of Finland and much more  • Free ferry to Suomenlinna Sea Fortress and Suomenlinna Museum and Guided Tour • Free travel on public transport within He...

    Used the pass for the metro, the museums and for dining. It enabled me to get the most from my short visit.

  • Helsinki Card Region

    2. Helsinki Card Region

    Discover Helsinki in an easy and economical way. The Helsinki Card is the key to a unique Helsinki experience for the individual traveler. With the Helsinki Card Region, you will save time, money, and energy. It gives you free entry to the city's main sights, museums, and public transportation options – along with a wide variety of discounts and bonuses. You can choose from 24-hour, 48-hour, or 72-hour validity.

    All of the following are free with the Helsinki Card:

    All year round:

    Free Panorama Sightseeing by bus (back in 2022)

    • Free entry to the city’s major sights and museums; like SeaLife, Ateneum, Kiasma, Amos Rex, Design Museum, The National Museum of Finland, and much more. • Free ferry to Suomenlinna Sea Fortress and Suomenlinna Museum and Guided Tour • Free entry to the Finnish Nature Centre...

  • Helsinki: Sea Life Entrance Tickets

    3. Helsinki: Sea Life Entrance Tickets

    Walk under water, get up close to sharks, and touch a starfish as you dive into this adventure beneath the waves. Marvel at 50 aquariums, 100 species, and over 1500 sea creatures in their natural habitat. Watch their daily feedings and hear fascinating animal facts from your guides. Walk through an ocean tunnel and be wowed by panoramic views of the sea bed. See schools of colorful fish, and get to know a sea urchin. Reach out and touch starfish and crab at the touchpool. Learn about conservation and climate change at the laboratory and conservation cove.

  • Helsinki:  Ice Floating Experience in Survival Suit

    4. Helsinki:  Ice Floating Experience in Survival Suit

    Try a unique experience on your visit to Helsinki as you float among ice rafts in a survival suit. Slip on a neoprene survival suit and feel totally warm and dry in the dangerously-cold water. Learn about sea rescue and what to do in a real survival situation with qualified instructors. Get comfortable entering the water from a shallow beach and plunge in when your confidence levels are high enough. Relax while floating on the water or try jumping around the ice rafts if you're feeling more sporty. Close your eyes, breathe and lose yourself in the silence, even in the heart of Helsinki.

  • Helsinki Musical Tour

    5. Helsinki Musical Tour

    Discover the music and musicians that have been the beating heart of Finnish history and still shape the rhythms of life in Finland today. Listen to a range of music from across the ages on state-of-the-art headsets while you explore the city. See the Senate Square, Uspenski Cathedral, the picturesque Marketplace at South Harbour and the Presidential Palace. Stroll down the Esplanades, feel the rhythms of the Train Station, and take in the Kiasma Art Museum, Musiikkitalo Concert Hall, National Museum and Parliament Building. Enjoy a moment of repose at the Chapel of Silence.  Enjoy the rich musical heritage of Finland while exploring these historic landmarks. Hear the soothing sound of ancient Kantele, listen to Folk Music and rune singing, as well as classical music by renowned composer Jean Sibelius. Lose yourself in the melancholic refrains of Finnish tango, then enter the 21st Cent...

  • Helsinki Airport: Premium Lounge Entry

    6. Helsinki Airport: Premium Lounge Entry

    Located in the non-Schengen Area of Terminal 2 in Helsinki Airport, Plaza Premium Lounge Helsinki boasts the first in-lounge playroom set within a modern and bright lounge ambiance, complemented with breathtaking apron views. Get 3-hour access to the lounge and take a break before or between flights, a perfect choice for business and leisure travelers. Make use of all the lounge facilities catering to the needs of travelers, such as comfortable seating, a live kitchen, a bar, shower rooms, charging stations, complimentary WiFi, and computer workstations.

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What people are saying about Helsinki

Very good value

Having the card gave us the freedom to visit many different places, and if we didn’t like them we moved onto the next. We quickly learnt how to get around by bus or tram, and jumped on and off at will. Having the 3 day card really spurred us on to make the most of the city. And the fact that the clock started ticking only when we first used it allowed us to recover from our flight the first morning and still be able to use it on the morning of our 4th day, before catching our flight. We will definitely look these cards out on our next City break.

A good choice for free public transportation and free entrances for most of the museums (see guide book for more information).Mobile Voucher was not accepted at the Vantaa Airport Service Point (Ground Floor, Terminal 2)

The card is perfect, sadly Amos Rex main exhibiton floors were in restructuration and thus closed; one floor of de Ateneum not available due to restructuration, the City Highlights by boat not available ...

Please note that the Helsinki Card cannot be collected at the SROMMA collection point. It does not work, I fought for 1 hour to get my card back. From Get your guide there is a code that is not recognized

I was told that if I got a voucher I had to print it. The sister at the reception was kind and responded by email.